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What's the chances of the game being washed out tonight- and how would it be publicised?

And for Plan B- which would be a good bar to watch Arsenal v Liverpool?

Apparently ctrunfree, they're asking people to bring there wellies (wellington boots) so they can help clear the water from the pitch :o

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Good game tonight, 2-2 which was probably a fair result in the end. I expected a lot more from Buriram as they are top of the league but it seems for once The Tigers had done their homework.

All in all a very good result for Chiang Mai.

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well,well...2-2 it is!! ...good score considering the battle of "David v. Goliath"...Congrats CMFC!!!

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...but if it comes to "noise making",Buriram fans won big!...come on CM,you can do it(at least "at home")!!;)

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...but if it comes to "noise making",Buriram fans won big!...come on CM,you can do it(at least "at home")!!;)

True enough. consider the last match we played them it was the same. buriram did however pay the fans to come, give them shirts and free transport. I don't know if that was the case this time as well but it wouldn't surprise me if it had something to do with the enthusiasm of the crowd.

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Great night, and good to catch up with you chaps again (and thanks for the lift, Thaimiller and Kev).

I'd be interested to know if any of the local press reporters were as amazed as I was that the CM goalie didn't get an early shower for his bizarre behaviour..

Also good to see the CM President grab the hoon who chucked the container full of ice at the ref!

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nice game. except that really sucked that all the food etc stalls weren't where they suppose to be.

why was it like that? many rally cars or similar vehicles parked there?

what is that happening and when it is?

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nice game. except that really sucked that all the food etc stalls weren't where they suppose to be.

why was it like that? many rally cars or similar vehicles parked there?

what is that happening and when it is?

It was the Toyota race series and it was happening as you wrote your reply.

It was on last year but didn't interfere with the fixtures for the football last year.

There is a separate thread for it on this forum.

Honda will also be doing the same thing at some point, although I can't really remember if that's already been here this year.

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Chiang Mai FC are at home today at the 700 year stadium against last years Division 2 runners up behind Chiang Mai, Chianat FC. Chianat are having a much better time of it this year though with them being in the top 3 and Chiang Mai in the bottom 3. The game starts at 6pm and as usual there are food and drink stalls outside before the game. Ticket prices range between 30-80thb and can be purchased outside the main entrance to the stadium. If you in town and would like a drink and a lift to the game, a group of us meet in The Red Lion pub on night bizarre.

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Game seems to be called off tomorrow no home games until the 26th November. In the papers Thailand Australia WC qualifiers might be moved here next month

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Hey, theres a game on tomorrow at 6pm against Bangkok? Might go along with the gf for the game, do they run a bus from the Red Lion or is it just people offering rides on the back of their bikes? How much is a tuk tuk/taxi out that far and what time should i leave to get their for kick off considering traffic, 20 mins before kick off?

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Hi,

Usually there is enough space in someones car to squeeze you in from the Red Lion, if not a Tuk Tuk can be arranged, not sure on how much as we have always found space. We usually leave The Red Lion about 5pm-5:15pm to the ground. We will be in there from 4pm. hope to see you.

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Chiangmai were very unlucky in the end yesterday. First half was dreadful, but a much improved 2nd half display deserved the 3 points.

So two more home games, Vs Rayong 11th December and the Rangsit match is yet to be confirmed. Any idea when this will be played yet?

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How many get relegated from this league? I thought it was 3, but the official website seems to have the bottom 4 sides in the drop zone! Looking very tight down there. Many teams have a game or two in hand over us.

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Super Chiang Mai FC !

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A great win!

Chiang Mai FC susu!

Limbo :yohan:

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